The CPQCC/CCS Collaboratives support perinatal providers in their work of improving perinatal care and outcomes. Using the Institute for Healthcare Improvement (http://www.ihi.org) collaborative quality improvement model, participating sites will focus on improving practices relative to their own baseline data.
As a result of participating in this collaborative quality improvement process, facilities can expect the following benefits:
- Access to an evidence-based change package
- The opportunity to benchmark, track and compare data between your site and other participating sites
- Participation in a “community of learning” where you will learn from other participating sites by sharing lessons learned, materials, data, strategy, etc.
- Access to a well respected, multidisciplinary Expert Panel, which will actively support participating sites in their implementation of best practices and
- Credit for participating Neonatologists toward the QI requirements of the American Board of Pediatrics (ABP) maintenance of certification (MOC) program